Delicatessen Corner 假日美食店
English Address : Level B1, Holiday Inn Golden Mile Hong Kong, 50 Nathan Road Tsim Sha Tsui
Chinese Address : 尖沙咀彌敦道50號金域假日酒店低層1樓
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Phone No. : 2315 1020
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Categories : German | Takeaway | Western Restaurant | Hotel Restaurant
Spending : $151-$300
Overall Score : 3.4
50 vs 21 vs 15
Alpine Burger、Delicatessen Corner sausage platter、Austrian apple strudel with vanilla sauce、“Älplermagronen” Swiss pasta、Wiener Schnitzel、Roast Pork Knuckle
Opening Hours: 餐廳: 星期一至日: 11:30-15:00; 17:30-23:00
Number of Seats: 108
Payment Method: Visa、Master、AE、Cash、JCB
May Bring Your Own Wine:
10% Service Charge:
Live Sports Broadcast:
1 to 5 of 9 reviews:
Generous Serving and reasonable price
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poodle t (11 Review(s))
What a German restaurant!
The sausage platter was so generous and the foot long frankfort was just right. Such value for money with servings liked these!
Recommended Dish(es): German Sausages
Date of Visit: 2011-05-28
Table Wait Time: 0 Minutes
Spending per Head: HKD200 (Lunch)
Rating : Taste5 Environment4 Service4 Hygiene5 Value for Money5
ALMOST but not quite!
caringboy (2 Review(s))
Went there on a Saturday evening around 9pm. The place was not full.....however, there was obviously a problem with the waiters; there were around 3-4 waiters only serving all the tables and because of this, had to keep calling them for various needs/service.
The food was great and if they can employ more staff and reorganize the service, it would be a more popular eating out venue!
Date of Visit: 2011-02-12
Spending per Head: HKD250.00 (Dinner)
Rating : Taste4 Environment3 Service2 Hygiene4 Value for Money3
Never fails to deliver excellent dinner
charles_sk (10 Review(s))
3 of us went there and from start to finish the food and service was excellent. 2 of us started off with the goulash soup. Very tender pieces of meat and tasty. Coupled with their bread it is a great start to a meal on a cold winters night. The other 2 had different sausages for their main course. The restaurant makes their own sausages and smokes them as well. I had the pigs knuckle. Very cripsy skin and it had all been cut off the bone so no fighting to get at the food. New potatoes where very tasty as well. After that we took 2 pieces of apple strudel and a zopf raisin loaf home with us. Since it was after 7pm there was discount at the deli counter. Left there very satisfied.
Date of Visit: 2011-02-01
Table Wait Time: 0 Minutes
Spending per Head: HKD200 (Dinner)
Rating : Taste5 Environment5 Service5 Hygiene5 Value for Money5
el.bar (39 Review(s))
This German deli at the basement of the Holiday Inn Golden Mile hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui is a treasure. You can either eat in or order take out. If you eat in, you get served by friendly and accommodating floor staff; and if you take out, you get 50% off on dessert and pastries. They've also got a small selection of table wines which are not pricey at all.
Although branded as a German deli, this place serves more than German fare. Their Cesar Salad with Shrimp was scrumptious with the grilled shrimp served on a stick.
Their penne was al dente although the broccoli was slightly limp and overcooked.
We also tried their baked salmon which was absolutely succulent! I loved how the butter just melts into the folds of the salmon and how the salmon melts into the folds of my tongue.
They also have more than a dozen different kinds of German sausages. The one we had had cheese stuffed inside it, which oozes out in a thick dribble when you bite or slice the sausage.
The Tiramisu was pretty good - not soggy, not spongy; not too bitter, not too sweet. The Chocolate Cake was so rich, it could probably cause a heart attach. My favourite was the Mango Yoghurt Cake which was just a little bit sweet, and just rightly sour.
If you can catch their tea time (until 6pm), you can order their tea set - a 3-layer plate of assorted sandwiches, pastries and cakes that come with a pot of tea or coffee.
Recommended Dish(es): Tea Set,Baked Salmon,Mango Yoghurt Cake
Date of Visit: 2010-10-23
Spending per Head: HKD250 (Dinner)
Rating : Taste4 Environment5 Service5 Hygiene5 Value for Money4
Nice place to dine in.
summer jess (39 Review(s))
My father suggested to come to this restaurant with me after my 4 hours exhausting lesson in TST.
It was around 1p.m. when we arrived, there are several empty tables even though we have already booked the table for sofa seat.
The environment is dim but comfortable because the setting is kinda countryside and the waitresses are wearing lace blouse which has a country girl feeling.
The set lunch comes with a soup,a main course,a dessert and a drink.
There are 4 set lunch to choose from and we ordered Fish with Spinach and Potato and a braised beef brisket with cheese & macaroni as our main course.
For that day, there are only 1 kind of soup which is the beef brooth. Broth is distinct from stock, which is a thin liquid made by simmering raw ingredients until all the taste has been retrieved from them, then sieving the resulting liquid. Its beef broth is tasty, very simple but well falvoured. The soup also comes with bread but rather giving you a basket, the waiter was holding a big basket of several kinds and you can choose what you like. I chose their wholewheat as well as semi-whole wheat bread. My dad chose sesame bun. As a bread lover, I can tell that their bakery is awesome as their bread is chewy and cakey and smells very wheaty too. The deep brown colour of the wholewheat one is just my favourite among all.
Just after our starter, the main course came at the right moment. The portion of the fish is pretty small indeed according to the price. Dad as a fish lover tells that it is quite fresh and the side dish is tasty too. As for my beef brisket, it is very tender and the beef taste is very rich. The cheese and macaroni is nice too but not special.
We are told that we can choose our cake/tart at the bakery or simply have a plate of fruit.
We both went to to the bakery and I got a classic Plum Streusel and dad went for the marble cheese cake. It was the first time for me to try Plum Streusel, the texture was like something between bread and cake. There are several layers within one streusel, and the plum's sweetness is just right and balances out the whole tart. It impresses me afterall.
As I had 2 more hours to go, I stayed and enjoy my cup of Hot Chocolate. Even though we have already paid the check, they did let me sit there and was willing to constantly fill my jar of hot water as the air-con was too powerful.
Anyway, it is a nice place to enjoy your lunch when you have plenty of time to spend.
Date of Visit: 2010-07-24
Rating : Taste4 Environment4 Service5 Hygiene4 Value for Money4
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